Campaigners fighting to save Mickleover Library to hold meeting to discuss their plans

Campaigners fighting to save Mickleover Library to hold meeting to discuss their plans
 

Campaigners fighting to save their a library in Derby have set up a meeting to plan what they need to do next.
Derby City Council wants to close 11 of Derby's 15 libraries, including Mickleover, in a bid to save £648,000 a year. Now, Conservative councillors have called on residents to air their views on the plan.
The library, in Holly End Road, Mickleover, also houses a police base and councillor Alison Holmes, who represents the area, said it was "unthinkable" that the building could close. She said: "It's important that we continue to encourage and support local people in... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 36
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